Remember this: Whoever sows sparingly will also reap sparingly, and whoever sows generously will also reap generously.
Our first "On the Table" luncheon was a hit! 50 Kansas City area ministry leaders assembled at the Hereford House for a great time of food and fellowship, with the opportunity to hear Senior Pastor Derrick Lynch of Blue Valley Baptist Church tackle the topic that was "on the table" -
"Navigating Capital Projects & Funding Ministry in Hard Times"
Here is a summary of Pastor Derrick's comments:
Can you afford the project on the drawing board? Read more »
We recently received the latest report card from my daughter's high school (she holds a 4.0 by the way - way to go Ashley!).
Every quarter we get the grade card, and every mid-term, we receive a progress report. As a former educator, I love reviewing the comments and up-to-date reports from her teachers. It is a barometer that reflects the status of her work, timeliness of her assignments and overall participation in class. Without these reports, it would be difficult to evaluate the state of her progress toward agreed upon goals. Read more »
In the previous posts we explored the first six considerations for achieving strong results during the giving phase of your capital initiative. I refer to this giving period as Campaign Enhancement (CE). Here are the final considerations to achieve 90% or better in your campaign fulfillment:
7.Celebrating Milestones Read more »
In the previous post we explored the first three considerations for achieving strong results during the giving phase of your capital initiative. I refer to this giving period as Campaign Enhancement (CE). Here are the next three considerations:
4. Setting Expectations Read more »